Poll Shows Race Distinctions in Black Community
Pew Research Center's latest polling of African-Americans shows that a small majority of blacks believe it is appropriate to think of blacks as a single race, because of the increasing diversity in their community. And few African-Americans feel that, as a group, they are better off than five years ago.
Andy Kohut, director of the Pew Research Center for People and the Press, talks with Melissa Block.
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